Nick is joined by broadcaster Rishi Persad to discuss the latest news and developments from around the racing world. They discuss Ayr’s dissatisfaction with York’s staging a fixture on Gold Cup day in 2023, the standing down of jockey Sean Levey, the ROA AGM, and Flightline’s standing as the world’s best horse. Nick talks to Flightline’s co-owner Bill Farish, at whose Lane’s End Farm the horse will stand, as to whether there’s a possibility that her remains in training. Charlie Parker, ROA President, responds to criticism of the organisation and outlines his strategy. Nick also checks in with trainer John Quinn on the wellbeing of Highfield Princess and Ayr Gold Cup contender Mr Wagyu, while Fr33dom Zampaladus talks about National Racehorse Week and Sarah Kelly gives us an update on the Godolphin Flying Start.